Open Source Software

Kde Applications 19.12 Open-source Software Suite Released, Here's What's New

The KDE Project released today the December 2019 update to its open-source and cross-platform KDE Applications software suite, version 19.12. KDE Applications 19.12 introduces numerous improvements and new features to many of the included apps,...

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Hp Linux Imaging & Printing Drivers Are Now Supported On Debian Gnu/linux 10.2

HP Linux Imaging and Printing (HPLIP) software, an open-source and free print, scan and fax driver solution for HP printers and scanners, has been updated today to version 3.19.12 for Linux-based operating systems. HPLIP 3.19.12 is here to add...
Related topics: Linux, Printers

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The Filecoin Testnet Is Live

Our portfolio company Protocol Labs is the creator of the IPFS protocol and the Filecoin protocol. The idea behind both of these open source projects is to decentralize the storage of information on the web. The Filecoin project is very...

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Stackable Open Source 3d Printer Enclosure

One of the unfortunate realities of desktop FDM 3D printing is that environmental factors such as ambient temperature and humidity can have a big impact on your results. Even with the exact same settings, a part that printed beautifully in the...
Related topics: 3D Printers, Printers

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[update: Chromium Too] You Can Now Search Through Android Open Source Project Code

At the core of every flagship Android phone, underneath the layers of brand-specific and device-specific extras, lies the same open-source foundation of Android, the Android Open Source Project. To help us all better understand that foundation,...
Related topics: Android Update, Chromium, Android, Mobile Technology, Google

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Freemesh Is A $150 Open Source Mesh Wifi System (1 Router + 2 Nodes)

Mesh WiFi systems have taken off in the last few years, with pretty much every company that makes routers offering a mesh option or two. But they tend to be on the pricey side, since you typically have to buy two or more devices to get the most out...

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Arcore Depth Api Lets You Hide Cats Behind Sofas Even With One Camera

With Daydream VR platform practically dead (except as an open source project) some may have been left wondering if Google has given up on the entire mixed reality venture. Especially since the last major updated to its phone-based augmented reality...
Related topics: Google

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Cutiepi Open Source Tablet Crowdfunding Campaign In The Works, Open Source Design Files Already...

The CutiePi is a tablet powered by a Raspberry Pi Computer Module 3 Lite. It’s designed to run Linux-based software such as Raspbian, and the design of the tablet is also open source. First revealed earlier this year, the hardware and software...
Related topics: Tablets, Crowdfunding, Linux

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The Narrowing Of The Open Web

Among the 100 most common searches, a Google product or service is the top result 29 times: Google’s Top Search Results Spotlight a Narrowing of the Open Web Data: Ahrefs Searches made on 10/19/19 in an anonymous browser Source:...
Related topics: Google

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David Williams Is “fpga-curious”

If you hadn’t noticed, we had a bit of an FPGA theme running at this year’s Superconference. Why? Because the open-source FPGA toolchain is ripening, and because many of the problems that hackers (and academics) are tackling these days...
Related topics: Hackers, Computer Security

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Purism Librem 5 Usa Linux Phone Costs As Much As A Galaxy Fold

There are currently two open source Linux phones trying to make their way into regular consumers’ hands and one of them is getting all the spotlight but not all for good reasons. Although it was the first to launch and, on paper, has the...
Related topics: Linux

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Ever Wonder What Animal Vision Is Like? This Software Will Show You

If you’ve ever been even slightly curious about how different animals view the world, a new piece of open-source free software has you covered. Here's what you need to know about it.

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Mozilla Locks Nosy Avast, Avg Extensions Out Of Firefox Store Amid Row Over Web Privacy

Add-ons accused of slurping every URL netizens visit The Firefox extensions built by Avast have been pulled from the open-source browser's online add-on store over privacy fears.…
Related topics: Firefox

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It's Hipp To Be Square: What Happened When Sqlite Creator Met Github

The 'Hub is not really about Git any more, says Fossil architect The mind behind the SQLite open-source database and Fossil SCM bug-tracking system had a lot to say about his recent meeting with the GitHub team.…
Related topics: Github, Databases

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Circuit Simulation In Python

Using SPICE to simulate an electrical circuit is a common enough practice in engineering that “SPICEing a circuit” is a perfectly valid phrase in the lexicon. SPICE as a software tool has been around since the 70s, and its open source...

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Thankfully, ….

there is this thing called the Internet which allows anyone like me to connect a server to it and host content like this blog post. Thankfully there is open source software like WordPress that allows me to do all of this without using a...
Related topics: Servers, WordPress

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You Can’t Do Real Work On Android, At Least Not All Of It

While not an Apple hater, I personally prefer more open or at least less restrictive platforms and devices. That primarily translates to Linux and open source software on the desktop and Android on mobile. But if there’s one thing I have...
Related topics: Android, Mobile Technology, Apple, Linux

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Open-source Windows Terminal Does The Splits: There Ain't No Party Like A Multi-pane Party

Latest preview will also 'crash less'! Hooray! A fresh preview of Microsoft's open-sourced Windows Terminal landed overnight with a couple of standout features to make the app a handy addition to the toolkit of Windows 10 shell-botherers.…
Related topics: Microsoft

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What Can Photoshop Do That Gimp Can’t?

The GNU Image Manipulation Program (or GIMP for short) is a popular open source image editing application that’s been around for awhile. While GIMP is considered a free Photoshop competitor, and there’s a lot it can do, there are some...
Related topics: Photoshop

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Webos Open Source Edition 2.0 Keeps Palm’s Spirit Alive In Cars And Iot

Palm’s name may have recently been revived in a small way, quite literally, with a tiny companion Android phone. Ever since it got bought then sold by HP, however, Palm has been nothing more than a historical footnote in the consumer tech...
Related topics: Android, Android Market, Mobile Technology

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